Slovan Bratislava and Sparta Prague will be punished by UEFA for crowd trouble in a match of the group stage of the Europa League between the two teams played last Thursday.
The football meeting in the Slovak capital was abandoned for about 40 minutes in the first half because of the excesses in the stands of the stadium “Pasienki.” Police intervened when supporters of both teams had fight during football match in Bratislava. Fans of Sparta Prague provoked the fight after throwing bombs, flares and other objects in the crowd.
Metalist Kharkiv and Legia Warsaw will also be punished because of problems with the fans during the game between the two teams in the Europa League, played last Wednesday. The home supporters from Metalist singed racist songs to Legia players. Fans of the Ukrainian team also threw objects on the ground. Supporters of the Polish team was charged with the raising of the banned transperant, and in an attempt to cause riots.
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